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Antikiller Soundtrack

Antikiller (2002) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
Release date:01.08.2002
Bitrate:~192 kbps
Length: 58:31 (13 tracks)
Size:80.60 MB
Movie
Year:2002
Country:Russia
Genre: action
IMDB: 325005

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1.Keeping Pigs Together
Red Snapper
5:20

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1927.33
2.So Fresh, So Clean
Outcast
3:48

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1925.23
3.Madre
Orishas
4:05

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1925.61
4.Power To The Beats
Utah Saints
4:53

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1926.70
5.On A Beatiful Day
Skinny
4:13

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1925.78
6.Black Sun
Illumination
4:53

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1926.70
7.Two Step Away
Clawfinger
3:52

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1925.31
8.Cry Me A River
Illumination
6:57

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1929.54
9.Dance USA
Junkie XL
3:28

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1924.76
10.Invisible Danger
De Wolfe
2:16

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1923.11
11.5 past 9
Skinny
4:02

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1925.53
12.Closer To God
Urba & Haos VS Headhunter
6:57

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1929.55
13.Represent
Orishas
3:47

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1925.21
  58:31   80.60
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Plot summary

Former criminal investigator, Major Korenev, nicknamed Fox is released from prison. He has been detained there as a result of planted incriminating evidence of unlawful investigation techniques. Setting accounts with Shaman - a big criminal boss, who ordered the evidence planted and also with his former colleagues was not a part of Korenev's agenda. As he returns to Moscow he finds a new world ruled by underworld bosses, criminal clans fighting each other and utter chaos on the desperately keeping appearances streets of Russian capital. Facing death of his friends, Major Korenev decides to re-install law and order using some unorthodox methods that are only relevant in 21st century Russia.

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